Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 03/01/2024 04:20:03 pm




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Sun Rise

06:38 AM

Sun Set

05:59 PM

Day Length

11:21 Hours


2 min 32 sec gain

Moon Rise

07:00 PM

Moon Set

09:16 AM

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Waning Gibbous

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November 22 Rain Totals As Storm Departs For Thanksgiving Much Colder This Weekend

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November 22, 2023

Wednesday Morning Update

The rain that fell and peaked overnight was the first soaker we have had in a long time.  Rainfall totals did exceed 2 inches across much of our region.


A dominant weather feature this morning is the leftover moisture and low visibility!!!

The rain is exiting the coastal areas this morning, and then we look west for the next front to increase our winds during the afternoon.

Temperatures will remain near normal through Thanksgiving and then take a big drop over the weekend.


Storm Rain Total: Doppler Radar Estimate

Baltimore’s BWI reported 2.20”.

Many areas surpassed 2 inches, and most of the region reached over 1 inch. This may dent the drought but will not end it.

November 22 Storm Rain Total

Weather Alerts

Coastal Flood Advisory Around the Chesapeake Bay.



Morning Temperatures

Morning Surface Weather

THICK FOG– I did not put this on the map, but it should be considered for travel this morning.

The storm has shown a few things to note:

It arrived and is departing faster than model guidance suggested.

The rainfall did meet or exceed expectations.

Gusty winds will build in today and begin to drop temperatures during the afternoon.

November 22 weather Wednesday Morning



Wind Forecast

7 AM to 7 PM

November 22 weather forecast wind Wednesday

Snapshot: 3 PM

November 22 weather wind forecast afternoon




The peak temperatures of the day.

November 22 weather forecast temperatures Noon


3 PM

Cooling early with the brisk wind.

November 22 weather forecast temperatures afternoon



TODAY November 22

Sunrise at 6:57 AM

Sunset at 4:48 PM

Normal Low in Baltimore:  35ºF

Record 15ºF in 1951

Normal High in Baltimore: 55ºF

Record 76ºF 1940


Winter Outlook Reports:

El Niño Winter Updates

Computer Models Support East Coast Storm Track

Winter Precipitation El Nino CFSv2 Model


El Niño Advisory

The latest NOAA report is confident in a Very Strong event. Possibly HISTORIC! This refers to the temperatures in the Pacific, with impacts on the US Winter Storm Track.

El Nino November 2023 



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Temperatures Thanksgiving


Chilly for the area Turkey Trots, but not as cold as first thought.

November 22 weather Thanksgiving Morning



Nearly seasonal.

November 22 weather Thanksgiving Afternoon

Jet Stream Simulation

Sunday Morning to Tuesday Morning

There will be a coastal storm (that may miss us), but it will pull down much colder air from Canada behind it.

November 22 weather jet stream weekend


Snapshot: Monday Night

The core of this colder air/Arctic Blast will be Monday night into Tuesday Morning.

November 22 weather jet stream Monday


Weekend Storm?

At this time, the computer guidance seen here from the GFS Model has the storm missing us by staying off the coast.

November 22 weather storm weekend

Snapshot Sunday

Like the last storm similar to this, we may still see some showers from the front arriving from the west.

November 22 weather Sunday night



7 Day Forecast

Colder weather will be arriving in waves. The first will be this weekend, then again next week.

That storm for Sunday does look like a miss for now, but I do not trust the modeling… It may still provide us with showers… So, I kept the chance at 30%.

November 22 weather forecast 7 day Wednesday

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